'Easy Meat.' Britain's Muslim Rape Gang Cover-Up
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CBN News' Dale Hurd recently interviewed Peter McLoughlin, author of "Easy Meat," to discuss the Muslim rape gang scandal that has taken Britain by storm.
McLoughlin declined an on-camera interview for safety reasons, but gives valuable answers to questions about the rape gang phenomenon below.
1. How could such a giant scandal be covered up for so long?
Journalists would not speak about it, because the perpetrators were mostly dark-skinned and Muslim. The perpetrators were protected by their own highly-organized community, whilst no-one protected the victims. Childcare professionals used Political Correctness as an ‘omerta,’ a code of silence concerning what the public was allowed to know.
2. Is this scandal finally being handled properly by authorities?
Since 2014 the State and the media have been focusing all attention on the town of Rotherham. This town is just the tip of a national problem. Even with all national attention on that one town, it was reported in August 2016 that the problem there continues unabated. Across the country, no potential victims have received warnings that would help them avoid entrapment. Most Brits have no idea of the extent of the problem, nor how it came to pass.
3. Who is most to blame for the gangs not being brought to justice sooner?
For decades the globalist political class have been committed to importing a new population, with no democratic mandate to do so. Laws were created, applied or ignored in furtherance of enforcing multiculturalism on the British people, regardless of the will of the people. The Criminal Law Amendment Act (1885) could have been used to jail these gangs, but this law was ignored. If the gangs had been white Brits who systematically prostituted immigrant schoolgirls, they would have been stopped decades ago. In Britain there is no longer one law for all.
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